Jeannette Davis

Actress/script writer/executive producer

Jeannette Davis is an actress/Business Administrator and Script-Writer. She has been in the entertainment industry for over five years. She started her career as an actress, worked in independent films and accepted background roles in Television shows such as, “Law and Order” and “Without a Trace”. During her time as an actress, Jeannette developed an interest in creating her own writing technique into television. She has written a comedy sitcom called “Essence, beauty salon”, a web series, and, wrote her first Science Fiction/Horror screenplay named “Tacks”.

In 2016, She has teamed up with Perry Duff, CEO of MocapCity Productions Film and Video company, as an Executive Producer, located in Brooklyn, New York City. In 2013, Jeannette Davis received college credits at Jones International University. During attendance she teamed up with fellow classmates in writing, acting and studied in music. Jeannette also received awards for good work performance and as a successful team leader in education/entertainment programs for children.

Perry L Duff


Perry L Duff is a filmmaker/producer. His specialty is in editing, visual effects, and his growing knowledge of animation and CGI. Born in Virginia, Perry is a native Brooklynite, who spends his time working to raise money for his production or studying at home to hone his filmmaking and special effects skills. Preferring to work behinds the scenes where the real magic happens instead of in front of the camera, he is BRIC Media Arts certified in TV studio production. A first of many more certifications to come. Plans are underway for the first production of a YouTube comedy series and feature length faith-based film.

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Ladies first

Alicia Fogg

Actress/ Model /Dancer

Alicia Fogg is a Brooklyn native who enjoys Modeling, Cooking, RollerSkating, Swimming, Dancing, Hip-hop, Salsa, Merengue, Board games, Track, Weightlifting, and Sewing. Working as an Administrative Assistant, Alicia is a Brooklyn College alumni who majored in Theater and Film. She has several projects in music videos, theater, film, and television to her credit.

Theater:                                            Roles:            

Big Girls Need Love Too                              Trisha


The Art of Persuasion”
Short Film- “Good As Gold”                       Carol
Short Film- “Black Power”                         Destiny
Short Film- “Close Call”                              Tasha
Short Film- “Back To Life”                         Lacey


Can life get any worse than this               Tanya            Randy Jones Films

Music Videos:

“So hot/Dream Girl”                                    Dancer           Dagoldenboy
“Don’t You Hear My Voice”                       Prostitute     Paul Furlong
“Another Round”                                          Dancer            J to the S
“Five in the Morning”                                  Actress           Poison Pen
“Match made in Harlem”                           Dancer           Daalight

Amelia Moore 

(aka Ameliaismore) Actress/TV Host,

Journalist, Marketer, Executive

 Amelia Moore is an all round talent & entrepreneur. With over 20 years of experience in the entertainment business from acting on set to running record labels to even hosting TV shows, Ameliaismore does it all!  She is CEO of Buzz Builder (BMC); a consulting firm that creates marketing and branding strategies/campaigns for their clients. The company lives by the adage: “You are only as good as who knows how good you are!” The question for their clients is simple. If you are the best yet unknown what are you? 

Buzz Builder’s mission is to get their clients known using their brand and company DNA as the foundation to the skyscraper of success Buzz Builder creates for their clients. Amelia is also producer and host of her own internet TV shows; “Daily Dose TV”, “Out and About in NYC.” “On the Block w/Ameliaismore” and co-producer of “Hop Hop Tour 2013” Currently, Amelia hosts red carpet events for her new business venture called: Red Carpet Rentals (where everyone is a star!)

Lastly, as a freelance journalist, she writes blogs and articles for,, and a health and wellness blog  Next year Amelia will be launching her first book that is an executive handbook to female diversity training entitled; SheEO vs CEO. Amelia hopes her book will help men understand what it means to be a female executive and also enable women to become C-Level executives. Her new TV show; “Different Views One Voice” on MNN (think Charlie Rose meets Gil Noble) was well received as a special and will be a weekly series on the public access network in 2017. 

As if all of that is not enough she also will be hosting various shows for a new streaming network  For the past four years, Amelia has been blogging and hosting their red carpet specials and special events. She is excited to be part of the launch in 2017.  A resident of Harlem (NYC) Amelia is most excited with her two new columns; A’s Thoughts and All In a Day with Ameliaismore in a new Harlem newspaper called; The Harlem Dispatch.   @ameliaismore is your host with the most who is Moore than what you bargain for… so stay tuned for Moore! Peace!



Tricia Berry


Tricia Berry is a High School Teacher, Actress, Singer, and Writer born in Queens but raised in Brooklyn, NY. She has worked on student films, independent films, and plays. She starred in independent films such as Lost in Coney Island,  and Vamp Bikers 1 and 2 by Diamond Mines Films. She loves singing, writing, and entertaining any and everyone willing to be entertained.

JJ Mattise


JJMattise is a comedienne born and raised in New York City. She grew up in a two-parent home with three siblings, a family often compared to the “Cosby’s” the old Cosby’s. She went to college and pursued a degree in Graphic design but found her passion as an entertainer and event host during college. JJ had her first date with the comedy stage at the Laugh Lounge in the Lower East Side eight years ago and fell in love at first mic.

She has since gone on to perform at New York Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club and Stand Up NY just to name a few. She also co-founded WTM.NYC, an online magazine dedicated to covering various New York City topics of interest and entertainment.You can also check her out in her series “JJMattise on the Streets” on WTM.NYC. JJ has also hosted the NY festival and tv semi-finalist web series “Brooklyn’s Best”. JJMattise is a multi-talented entertainer who believes that as a comedian you have the power to be anything you want and humor fits in even when you don’t!

Meet The Gentlemen

Nate Moran


Nate Moran is a veteran, actor, and mime dancer living in NYC. For two years, crashing on the streets of New York was the norm for freelance mimer Nate Moran. And then he met R&B singer, songwriter and record producer Ne-Yo on Eighth Avenue in the mid-2000s. Ne-Yo did not give Moran wads of cash or a stake in his estimated $16 million fortune, but he did compliment Moran’s dance moves. Moran, who was homeless, had walked up to Ne-Yo after a hip-hop show and asked him to look at his dance routine. “Yo, Ne-Yo!” Moran recalled saying. “Check this out, man. Let me show you some moves, man.”

Ne-Yo’s crew cheered for Moran. “We need to sign this guy,” someone in the crew said as they watched Moran perform on the city pavement. “This kid is good,” Moran said he has not seen Ne-Yo since that night. “If I meet him [again], I will tell him how much I appreciate him,” Moran said. As a Virginia native, Moran is a southerner at heart who was raised by his grandmother. “We never had much, but we had a lot of love in our house,” Moran said. “She had a lot of knowledge.” Throughout the day, outside labor was completed under the hot Virginia sun. For hours, he chopped wood and washed clothes on a scrub board. Coin operated washer machines and dryers were too expensive for his large household. Despite some financial troubles, the family remained “clean” and “on top.” At the time, some of Moran’s friends could afford All-Star sneakers to wear with their school outfits. Moran’s grandmother, who raised 13 children, taught him to be a good person and to respect others. Family members have always been supportive of Moran’s interest in the entertainment industry.

When he was a child, his mother would give him 50 cents to perform dance routines in front of her friends. “I would do a James Brown split,” Moran said. “My mother introduced me to my first dance contest.” In second grade, Moran won a chocolate bunny at his first competition. “When I got that chocolate bunny, it was like a Grammy,” Moran said. In the coming years, however, Moran’s journey was less than sweet. After moving to New York in the 1990s, Moran began drinking heavily. An occasional sip on alcoholic beverages turned into a petulant early morning to mid-afternoon craving for alcohol. Moran admitted himself to a hospital on Long Island, where he received treatment for his alcoholism. “I went to a program to get myself together,” Moran said.

The skills he gained in the 30-day program helped to recharge his goals and aspirations. He got a job and saved up for an apartment in Huntington, N.Y. It has been nearly 10 years since Moran has consumed alcohol. As an interpretive dancer, actor and musician Moran hopes to expand his brand. In 2011, he won a dance competition in which he performed to Usher’s hit song, “There Goes My Baby.” A few years ago, the former war veteran was selected to perform at the Veteran Creative Arts Festival. Moran has dozens of videos of his nationwide performances on his YouTube channel,“Realschool1.” When Moran walks through Penn Station or on the sidewalks of New York, he knows that dance has moved him past the streets. Dressed in a black tux with white makeup painted on his face, Moran can now rest easy with a home on stages across the nation.